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A light has wavelength of 6000A and 4500A in water. Then the speed of light in water will be?

A light has wavelength of 6000A and 4500A in water. Then the speed of light in water will be?

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Norman Manchu
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4 years ago
Frequency is independent of medium and remains constant in all mediums and velocity=(frequency)x(lambda)n(air)=n(water)C(air)|Π(air)=C(water)|Π(water)(Π represents lambda and c represents velocity of light)3x10^8|6000=C(water)|4500Solving we`d get Cw=2250x10^5Done||

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